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Category: Inside stories

Enyaharo Isoko tasks states and federal govts to revive technical education to drive technological innovation across Nigeria’s tertiary institutions

. . . while celebrating the academic achievements of three Isoko youngsters – Miss Orevaoghene Whiskey of Topfaith International Secondary School, Essien Udim, Akwa Ibom, who scored straight 9-As in her WAEC result and Miss Michelle Ogheneserome Amarie of Lead-Forte Gate College, Lekki, Lagos, who also scored straight 8-As in her WAEC. The third, Master Favour Oghenero Anthony, an SS2 student of James Welch Grammar School, Emevor, Isoko North LGA, Delta State, built and test-flew an aeroplane and a drone, the awardees received N200,000 each and a plaque, with a friend of Isoko, Chief Emmanuel Eke, boosting their cash haul with N300,000.

By admin , in Ignite Inside stories iThink! , at September 25, 2023

Parents, CSOs urge Gov Oborewori to not only suspend but also sack Provost Oyovwi of College of Education, Warri

The increase in reports of assault and abuse within the sacred grounds of the academia by lecturers and their adminstrators is no longer news. What is news though, is that many of them get away with such abuse of power where they weild unimaginable influence and the code of “see no evil, speak no evil” is the mantra they live by.

As citizens’ awareness heightens about their rights alongside the domestication of the Violence Against Persons Prohibition Act (VAPPA), parents and students alike are no longer keeping silent. The proverbial knee on the neck that leads to wailing: “I can not breathe”, is a shackle guardians and wards no longer can bear.

By admin , in Ignite Inside stories , at September 21, 2023

Citizens Engaging Governance: are you monitoring the distribution of palliative?

When citizens become actively involved in the governance processes, leakages in procurement and distribution in financial allocations are checked and accounted for. Any government left to its whims and caprices will not be accountable to its citizens nor have respect for the rule of law. How can the palliative distribution be monitored? We take Delta as a case study.

By admin , in Inside stories , at September 16, 2023

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